0.41km from Wazakura Hitohira AkihabaraBecause I was required to be quarantined for 14 days when I entered Japan, I checked in in many hotels. With the help of the gentle and kind young lady at the front desk, the check-in procedure is very convenient. Since I have stayed for multiple days in a row, my room does not have a daily cleaning service, but I can make an appointment for two cleanings within 14 days. Put the used towels and trash cans in front of the door every day, and there will be cleaning staff to replace them from 10 to 14 o'clock, and then put the new ones in front of the door. There is a small refrigerator, smart toilet, safe, etc. in the room. I have seen children in the hotel. They should be played by families, after all, during the "Go to" period.
There is 711 downstairs, which is more convenient for shopping. Walk north for 3 to 5 minutes to reach Akihabara, where there are also drugstores, Don Quixote, and electrical appliances stores.
There is a subway station downstairs from the hotel, and there are also tram stops within 5 minutes from north to south-"Akihabara Station" and "Kanda Station", so it is very convenient to travel to various parts of Tokyo (for example, after the quarantine is over, it is very easy to go to Nippori Convenience)
The hotel provides free ramen every night, and there is a bath upstairs. I did not go to experience it during the epidemic isolation period. I look forward to seeing it when I stay next time.
A suggestion: Because most of the guests who stay in isolation for a long time have relatively large demand for microwave ovens, and microwave ovens are only available on individual floors. Therefore, it is recommended that such guests be arranged on floors with microwave ovens as much as possible, otherwise it is not convenient to go up and down in the elevator, and it is not safe to walk around with hot things.